Apple Photos tip: Filter your pictures by camera model

With an individual picture the camera model is shown in Photos if you right click on a picture and select Get Info. There may be times when you want to sort your photos by the camera you took them with. For instance if you want to separate out the pictures taken from an iPhone or iPad from pictures taken from a DSLR.

Using Smart Albums it is possible to have Apple Photos display your photos based on the camera you took them with. If you have RAW images in the program then you can filter those out too.

In Photos select File -> New Smart Album… This will bring up a dialog box to set the options for the album.

  • For the album name type in an album name such as the name of your camera
  •  For the criteria select Camera Model is (your camera model) Photos may not get every one so try includes instead of isiPad mini smart album
  • To display images in RAW format add the following
  • Match all conditions
  • add a line (press the + button) and specify Filename ends with (add the filename extension for your RAW files)

RAW smart album

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